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CarbideMax Broach Cutters
CarbideMax is reshaping the way metalworkers tackle broaching by offering a unique alternative to the current types of broach cutter out there. With quality and price both being an issue, this new technology seeks to offer the best of both worlds.
What is CarbideMax?
CarbideMax is a state of the art, super strong material used in our Carbide broach cutters. It offers the perfect balance between standard broaches, which often don’t get the job done and more expensive tungsten broaches, that because of cost, aren’t an option for most metalworkers.
CarbideMax holds a range of benefits for metalworkers looking for a newer and better alternative to the current broach cutters out there and can be utilised by everyone.
How does CarbideMax differ from the rest?
CarbideMax broach cutters offer a great alternative to other materials because they are stronger, faster and leave you with a better overall finish.
The 40 TCT carbide broach cutter range offers cutting speeds that are around 15% faster than your average broach. Even more impressively, you’ll benefit from a piece of kit that lasts 4 times longer than your average broach, saving you money in the long term.
CarbideMax broach cutters also come in a range of lengths, from the standard 40mm cutting length to the more unusual 200mm, making them most flexible range on the market.
What are the benefits?
All of these unique features provide metalworkers with a number of benefits including safety and versatility.
The broaching technique is typically used in metalworking due to its ability to produce high quantity runs. As the CarbideMax range is even faster, you and your team can take on and produce a larger amount of work wherever you might be.
Furthermore, high-quality tungsten carbide tipped teeth offer a far smoother finish than standard broach cutters, leaving you with a perfect finish every time. CarbideMax allows you to work faster and to a higher standard, so you can provide nothing but the best service for your clients.
To top it off, all CarbideMax broach cutters come with a standard Weldon shank, making them suitable for all magnet drills.
Is it cost effective?
As CarbideMax broach cutters cost a fraction of the price of top end tungsten ones, yet last up to 4 times as long, they’re incredibly cost effective to use. Their universal Weldon shank also increases their cost effectiveness, cutting down the need to buy multiple different tools to get the job finished.
CarbideMax offers the perfect mix of quality with affordability and is changing today’s metalworking industry for the better.
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